Let Go and Let God | #FearlessFriday

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Last year I started a series here called #FearlessFriday and it remains to this day to be one of my favourite things I’ve done on this blog. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s where people have been sharing their testimonies of salvation, redemption and grace. As Christians, we should be excited to share our stories of how God moves in our lives but I’ve found that we rarely are. So I decided to start this series, and challenge my Christian friends to be fearless, to open up and become vulnerable to hopefully encourage someone else.

It’s been a while but today I’m absolutely thrilled to have Kaitlan share her testimony. Kaitlan is part of my church family and knew me before I decided to give my life to Jesus so I hope that she can testify to how much I’ve changed over the past few years! As I’ve gone from unbeliever to youth leader (yes, God can change the most unlikely hearts) it’s been a joy seeing Kaitlan growing in her faith too.

She’s going to share how God has taught her to let go of the things in life holding her back and allow Him to work in her.

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Rather With, Than Without // Fearless Friday

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It’s a little late but I am so glad that #FearlessFriday is back! If you’re not sure what it is, head here first. This week’s submission is from my dear friend, Lorna. I lived with Lorna for two years at university and know that giving a testimony was always a big deal for her. I’m so glad that she decided to share her story today and I hope that you find encouragement from it!

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From Death To Life // Fearless Friday

It’s Friyay and time for another #FearlessFriday! I love this series so much and I’m so thrilled to be able to have testimonies from my Christian friends near and far shared on this little space on the internet. As I say every week, every testimony is so special and unique which is awesome because we get to see the many ways that God works through His children.

Today’s testimony is from my good friend Karl, who was the unfortunate person I projected a lot of my silly questions onto when I was first exploring Christianity myself. He has seen me transition from my most unbelieving ways to a Christ-seeking woman that I hope I am today, so he has played a big part of my journey.

From Death to Life

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